2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // 09/13/16
The 2016 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade was by far the biggest and best yet! We’ll have official counts for you soon, but this parade was easily the most colorful and cheerful celebration we’ve had to date. Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons created the Lantern Parade and have hosted it for […] Read more
Parade officials advise detour routes and alternative transportation WHAT: The 2016 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and sponsored by Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center, will mark the opening of the seventh year of the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. The exhibition is presented […] Read more
Interested Community-Based Health Organizations Encouraged to Apply for Program Funding The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) and Kaiser Permanente of Georgia (KPGA) have announced Westside Trail Community Health Grants, a new program designed to provide funding to organizations interested in developing and implementing unique, health-related programming in communities along the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail corridor. This […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum, Learn // 08/22/16
The Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum is an integral part of building the 22-mile loop as a greenway as well as a transportation corridor. Because the arboretum is an important part of contributing to Atlanta’s tree canopy, Trees Atlanta has been a close partner to the Atlanta BeltLine by not only building out the arboretum, but maintaining the […] Read more
For 30 years, Mercy Housing has focused on impacting the lives of low income senior citizens and working families by building affordable housing across the country. Invest Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. are proud to support Mercy Housing by contributing funding towards affordable housing for seniors at the Reynoldstown Senior Residences. In the video below, Tina […] Read more
Largest temporary art exhibition in the south will enter its seventh year on September 10 Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the south’s largest temporary public art exhibition is returning on September 10 for its seventh year. The exhibition features more than 150 works of art in a variety of disciplines and will kick […] Read more
The 6th annual Atlanta BeltLine Westside 5K Road Race, presented by Delta Air Lines, was held Saturday July 16 at West End Park. More than 500 runners and walkers wound their way through the streets of two of Atlanta’s most historic communities: West End and Westview. Part of the course ran along the Atlanta BeltLine’s […] Read more
Joint Initiative to Help Bring the Atlanta BeltLine Vision to Life and Help Volunteers Get Involved in Their Communities The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) and Hands On Atlanta (HOA) are partnering to recruit and manage volunteers interested in helping bring the Atlanta BeltLine vision to life. HOA will now serve as the central location for volunteers to […] Read more
By Chuck Meadows, Executive Director, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This article originally appeared in the Thought Leadership column of the Saporta Report on June 6, 2016. The Atlanta BeltLine is advancing a transformative goal: Connecting 45 neighborhoods via a 22-mile corridor of trees, trails and transit. As Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. continues the buildout of this transformative […] Read more
posted in Affordable Housing // 06/07/16
Reynoldstown Senior Residences is an independent-living, affordable senior housing facility servicing residents 62 years and older. Reynoldstown Senior was funded in part by a $1.5 million BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund grant. The development is a result of a partnership between Mercy Housing, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the City of Atlanta, […] Read more
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